Monate: September 2012

Outdoor in London: Portobello Road

♫ Ren Harvieu – Open Up Your Arms ♫  I’m back from my four-days-London-trip with my boyfriend and had the most amazing  time over there. It’s always a good idea to visit London in my opinion since it is full of  inspiration and new ideas. And it always feels like coming home.  Next week we will start at University, new stage of life for both of us. 

Hallhuber collar

♫ Birdy – People Help The People ♫  We enjoyed a coffee together at Starbucks and watched the Burberry Fashion Show via  live stream (loved it!). Did you watch it? Guess we drifted away a bit while checking through  the shop-right-from-the-runway-part. Just dreaming about such an electric trench coat in one of  those super cool colours – argh. Big thank you to Anne from Hallhuber for sending us a collar each 🙂  

Hello London, hello shopping-heaven.

I’m flying to London this Tuesday and I seriously can’t wait to kind-off come home again  for four days. It’s my absolute favorite city (closely followed by Berlin, of course).  Somehow I really never have a problem finding some good pieces over there.  I have already been checking through Topshop and here are some of the pieces I will be  looking for at their main store on Oxford Street.

Outdoor in New York: Central Park I

The Central Park seems to be the air that people in New York are breathing, it belongs to this city. It is an oasis, an adventure and without a doubt the most exciting and diverse park which I have ever visited. Especially in summer one recognizes the meaning this park has for the habitants of New York. Whether it is a place to spend one’s lunch break, or to sunbath, to play, to laugh, to stroll, to relax.

Culture in Berlin: Berliner Liste

Last week we were invited to the Opening Party of the art fair Berliner Liste (thanks to PEO).  We got a glimpse of the work presented there (did you see them on Twitter?!) and enjoyed  some techno sounds at the Tresor Club which is located in the same building. We sadly couldn’t snap some more pictures of the art, since it wasn’t allowed to take pictures.